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Combating Workplace Muscle Strain: 8 Ergonomic Tips and Chiropractic Solutions

In today’s bustling work environments, muscle strain injuries are a prevalent concern, often arising from the demands of daily tasks and repetitive motions. Whether it’s sitting at a desk for prolonged periods, engaging in physically demanding labor, or simply navigating through daily activities, the risk of muscle strain lurks around every corner. Why Do Muscle Sprains Happen at Work? Muscle…

Home Physical Therapy Injury Rehab Exercises

Dealing with an injury can be a challenging and often frustrating experience, especially when it hinders our ability to engage in daily activities or pursue our fitness goals. Physical therapy is a crucial component in the recovery journey, offering a structured approach to rehabilitate and strengthen the body. While professional guidance is invaluable, incorporating home exercises into your routine can…

What to Look Out for After a Workplace Injury

In the fast-paced rhythm of modern workplaces, injuries unfortunately remain a common occurrence, impacting employees across various industries. From minor accidents to more severe incidents, these workplace injuries can disrupt productivity and affect individuals physically, emotionally, and financially. In this article, we’ll delve into post-injury awareness, shedding light on the crucial signs, symptoms, and precautions to consider after experiencing a…

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What’s a Chiropractic Adjustment and Does it Hurt?

A chiropractic adjustment, often referred to as spinal manipulation, is a non-invasive healthcare practice primarily performed by chiropractors. It involves skilled, manual manipulation of the spine or other joints in the body to alleviate pain, improve joint function, and enhance overall well-being. Chiropractors use their hands or specialized tools to apply controlled force to specific areas of the spine or…

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How are Breathing and Posture Connected?

Good posture is paramount for overall health and well-being, exerting a profound influence on both our physical and mental health. It serves as a fundamental aspect of daily life with far-reaching implications. Proper posture significantly benefits musculoskeletal health by ensuring an even distribution of forces on muscles and joints, thereby preventing issues like back pain, neck pain, and chronic conditions…

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What Stretches and Exercises Can You Do to Complement Chiropractic Care?

Have you recently visited your chiropractor? Perhaps you went in for back pain, neck pain or your routine adjustments. You’re not alone as it’s estimated that chiropractors treat over 35 million Americans every year. Complementing chiropractic treatment with exercises and stretches at home can be highly beneficial in improving your overall musculoskeletal health, enhancing the effectiveness of the treatment, and…

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Men’s Health Goals and Tips for Achieving Them

Improving health is an important goal for everyone, including men. When it comes to health, there are certain aspects that men often overlook or neglect which can have an overarching impact on quality and length of life. Luckily, knowledge is power and having the motivation to change for the better is already the first step. Here are some key ways…

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Preventing Spring and Summertime Sports Injuries

In the spring and summertime, several types of sports injuries are relatively common due to increased outdoor activities and participation in various sports. That can be anything from soccer and softball, to cycling and golf. Even partaking in things that might seem less strenuous like hiking or jogging could lead to potential injuries. Preventing sports and outdoor activity injuries is…

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Why Does My Back Hurt After Working Out?

Back pain is a problem for many adults in America. A study indicates that an average of 23% of adults will deal with lower back pain chronically during their lifetime. Regular exercise is great at reducing back injuries. However, even those who exercise are not exempt. Back pain after a workout is more common than it seems. Is having back…

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